Tag: new arrivals
We’re celebrating the birth of a critically endangered Bornean orangutan.
A critically endangered Western chimpanzee has been born at Chester Zoo.
The baby was safely delivered by 43-year-old mum, Mandy, overnight on Friday 21 August, following an eight-and-a-half-month pregnancy.
Hidden cameras have captured remarkable footage showing the hatching of two rare hornbill chicks.
The new baby, a male named Arga, was safely delivered by mum Subis (32) at around 4:30pm on Thursday 14 November, following a nine month pregnancy. Our conservationists now plan to select a fitting name for the adorable, brown-eyed youngster, who has been spotted clinging tightly to mum since birth.
A pair of endangered red panda cubs have been spotted emerging from their den for the first time!
We’re celebrating the birth of an eastern bongo – the rarest large mammal in Africa